Infrastucture momentum must continue in our town
The extensive program of major projects in coming years will provide our region with a significant economic boost.
Early signs suggest the new regional local government body is prepared to advocate strongly on behalf of its communities, which is a positive sign.
There is an ever-increasing community debate across our nation around population and immigration policy.
The NSW Murray Valley’s inability to maximise opportunities to grow food and fodder because of a zero per cent water allocation is simply a conspiracy if you believe some of the metropolitan media.
The Achilles heel of our region’s efforts to fight poor government policy has been an inability to unite and fight.
“Lord, if my brother sins against me, how often must I forgive him? As many as seven times?” Jesus answered, “I say to you, not seven times but seventy-seven times?” Matthew 18:21-22.
The Prime Minister must take decisive action to help farmers grow desperately needed fodder for starving, drought-stricken stock.
There are some occasions when we are mystified by political decision-making, and others where we are dumbfounded by the stupidity. The latest political ineptitude falls into the latter category.
There was a scholar of the law who stood up to test him and said, ‘‘Teacher, what must I do to inherit eternal life?’’
‘‘You created every part of me; you put me together in my mother’s womb ... when I was growing there in secret, you knew that I was there - you saw me before I was born. The days allotted to me had all been recorded in your book before any of them began.’’ Psalm 139:13-16
Member for Murray Austin Evans advocates working ‘‘behind the scenes’’ to achieve political success, rather than public advocacy.
The Murray Football Netball League is likely to be split in two for the 2019 season. Two new clubs have signaled their intention to join the MFNL next season, and league operations manager Dale Norman says a process is underway to create a first and...
A SYDNEY couple were yesterday on life support in a Melbourne hospital after being hit by a shuttle bus in Moama on Sunday night.
An investigation into a series of alleged burglaries and thefts across Shepparton North has led to three arrests. The incidents, which included burglaries and a number of thefts of and from motor vehicles, allegedly took place between September 19...
A child is being airlifted to a Melbourne hospital after being struck by a vehicle in Rochester this afternoon. The circumstances surrounding the incident are yet to be established, however it is believed the two-year-old boy was hit by the...